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Who will land the West Bromwich Albion top job?

Darren Moore was sacked despite being 4th in the Championship table Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport/PA

Following the sacking of Head Coach Darren Moore, we take a look at the current frontrunners for the West Bromwich Albion top job.

Slaviša Jokanović

Slaviša Jokanović celebrating victory in the Championship play-off final Credit: Robin Parker/Sportimage/PA Images
  • 1/2 current favourite
  • Former Fulham and Watford manager
  • Led Fulham to promotion to the Premier League last season after beating Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final
  • Sacked by Fulham in November

Gary Rowett

Gary Rowett has managed four clubs in the Midlands Credit: Anthony Devlin/EMPICS Sport/PA Images
  • 7/1 favourite
  • Former Stoke City, Derby County, Birmingham City and Burton Albion manager
  • Sacked by Stoke at the start of the year

David Moyes

David Moyes began managing in 1998 Credit: Daniel Hambury/PA Archive/PA Images
  • 8/1 favourite
  • Managed clubs including Everton, Manchester United, Sunderland and West Ham United
  • He has been out of management for almost a year
The search for a new West Brom Head Coach continues Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport/PA Images

The Chief Executive of West Bromwich Albion said "Darren has not been able to engineer the consistency of form..."

This has been an enormously difficult decision for a Club which will always hold Darren in such high regard.

He took over at a very difficult time last season and reunited the Club, a contribution that will never be forgotten.

But we have made it clear from the outset that everything this season was geared to making as swift a return to the Premier League as possible.

Unfortunately Darren has not been able to engineer the consistency of form and results to convince the board that this objective would be met.

After discussions with our owners, the difficult decision to make a change was taken. Darren’s dedication over the last 12 months is not underestimated and there will always be a welcome for him at The Hawthorns.

But we have to place the Club’s best interests at the forefront of our thinking and we must do everything we can to try to deliver the promotion we have targeted.

– West Bromwich Albion Chief Executive, Mark Jenkins
West Brom sit 4th in the Championship table Credit: ITV News Central